Black Russian Terrier puppies are a huge, energetic breed of dog, and while they may not be for everyone, lovers of dogs will realize them to be protective, sensitive, energetic, high-spirited, obliging and easy learners. They have a great, balanced temperament and are not loners! Black Russian Terrier puppies look for intense interaction with humans, love to play with children, and need a lot of attention and affection, which can be rewarding for both you and your pet.
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Males like to be dominant, especially over other large breeds, which can result in a hard time at home if you have other large dogs; but they tend to be okay if you establish your place as dominant over both dogs, or if they live with smaller or non-dominant breeds. Usually, as a breed, the Black Russian Terrier does not fight with other dogs unless provoked.
It is incredibly significant that you take care of your puppy with great love and kindness while also training it to not get highly suspicious of other pets or strangers at a very young age when you are going to a Black Russian Terrier Puppy Kennel and bringing your pet home for the very first time (since this is a natural instinct for this breed).
A pleasant, loving and intelligent breed, Black Russian Terrier puppies are splendidly easy to train. Housebreaking shouldn't be a problem. They generally also have no problem with wearing a leash, and they are known to enjoy being trained as they would like to make their master happy. This breed is not one that is swift to bark at every creak or passing footstep or for no reason at all in the periods of odd hours of day or night; rather, they tend only to bark when they believe it necessary. They are brilliant house guard dogs, as they instinctively want to safeguard both property and family.
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Like nearly all dogs, Black Russian Terrier puppies, as they grow and mature, need a daily release of energy with the help of exercise and play. Without this, their energy mounts up and can lead to behavior problems that are difficult to resolve. Owners must inspire loving dominance and training when they are still young puppies, and consistently maintain this through training, play and exercise on a daily basis in order to build your dog's best health and behavior. A great deal of attention, great leadership, love, and interaction are essential in order to help the Black Russian Terrier thrive, but when she is flourishing, she is an incredible dog to have as a family pet and friend.
About the Author
Author: Edea Caldwell
Owner of Queens Over Black Russians – Edea Caldwell has been showing, training and breeding dogs since 1972. Since getting her first Black Russian Terrier, she has been active in conformation, rally, and obedience. She has also dabbled in herding and carting with her dogs. To know more about BRT puppies visit http://blackrussianterrierpuppies.net NOW.
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love our 8yr 110 lbs. old female but one of the highest maintenance dogs we have ever had.allergies,skin/fur afflications require monthly or more visits to the vet.she now has diarea –whats next,,,she gets upset when other animals are seen including dogs cat squirrels,ducks etc etc.paid 3000 for her or would have reduced bother awhile even tho we love her .while she listens to both she loves my wife